01. //Till The Morning Comes
02. Brokedown Palace
03. Next Time You See Me
04. Cold Rain & Snow
05. China Cat Sunflower>
06. I Know You Rider
07. Good Lovin'>
09. Good Lovin'
10. Sugar Magnolia
11. Casey Jones
12. Uncle John's Band
Truckin and the first couple notes of Till the Morning Comes are missing due to an announcer speaking from the FM broadcast.
There are two slight dropouts at 3:56 and 3:59 during Brokedown Palace.
There is a dropout near the very beginning of Next Time You See Me and another dropout in the right channel later in the song.
This was a quadraphonic radio broadcast by KQED and KSAN. The mix gets interesting during parts of the show. Phil is a monster throughout the show.
June 3, 2015 Subject:
July 3, 2013 Subject:
This is an utterly fantastic set. Cold Rain, China Cat>IKYR, Good Lovin' and Uncle John's are unbelievably good, not to mention this is the best of the few versions of TTMC (great song).
Excise Next Time from the proceedings on the first go round perhaps.
This is what you're looking for.
November 1, 2012 Subject:
Why corrupt Good Lovin' by cutting it up into three tracks?
January 24, 2009 Subject:
This was the BOOTLEG Album to have...BUT WAIT!!!!!!!!!
GET THE OTHER VERSION. IT'S A BETTER QUALITY RECORDING...
Okay you kids listen up!
Way back when, before the internet all we had was FM "stereo" radio, bootleg albums,reel to reel tapes, and then the new kid came along, cassette tapes.
All the Freaks, Heads, Hippies, Yippies, & Dead Heads had this bootleg album. You could not be an "authentic dead head" without owning this bootleg album, No one would take you seriously.
Why do I bother telling you something you have no possible way of understanding without having been there....
Okay, I have a comment on the "electronic manipulation" of the audio tracks.
In in an effort to "improve" the quality of the audio it was also degraded with compressed hissing AND....
The "people" that "improved" the sound also included a screaming buzz saw electric guitar in the left channel that comes in somewhere during "I Know You Rider", and is clearly heard at the end of IKYR and at the begining of "Good Lovin'". The guitar player is also heard on and off throughout GL. IT'S NOT SUPPOSED TO BE THERE.
It ruins the song, and frustrates you.
It sounds like bleed in from a previous recording, or it's more like the guitar player in the studio next door is wailing away and ruining the show...G*d@am it!
This would be a nice RE-MIX of the original show, IF THE STUPID GUITAR PLAYER DIDN'T RUIN IT AND THE HISSING WAS GONE...
Maybe you guys will get better at QUALITY CONTROL, instead of doin all them drugs...and upload this show without the guitar player and his licks....please...huh?
I had this for years as a vinyl bootleg of 6 cuts from this show (called "Dreadful Great") on golden, translucent vinyl (The Trademark Of Quality Label).
It's a fun and interesting show, A wonderful jam at the end of UJB, my favorite all-time Good Lovin' (check out Jerry when they come back after Drums, turning that volume knob up!) and a surreal Casey Jones where Jer gets completely out-of-sync with everyone else...and forgets the words, of course!
This is just tasty 70's goodness, with a rare Till the Morning Comes thrown in for good measure. Check out Phil's singing on that number for a clue as to why it was performed so rarely...lol.
The sound quality is a little trebly, but I think the performances shine through, and everyone is present in the mix, although the vocals are a little low at times. Dig in...
August 25, 2008 Subject:
This concert is fantastic! One of the most inspired versions of "Till the Morning Comes" that I've listened to. In fact, this whole show is intense, full of sizzling, stellar performances and should def. be listened to by any GD fan. Thanks for sharing this on here, its a real treat.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: Restored version of source ID 5801 (MSR > Cass x 3 > DAT > CDR > EAC > SHN) by Droncit; Diamond Cut 8.5 Forensics was used for equalization and virtual valve simulation, an enhancer and some slight noise reduction.